Monday, July 22, 2013

I Just Want to Pee Alone

Peeing alone? What's that mean? As a mom of 3 boys (ages 2.5, 5 and 6.5 for those of you whom are new stopping by my blog), I am not sure what going to the bathroom alone means. I never get to go to the bathroom alone these days, unless I am actually home alone. There is usually a kid or two in the bathroom with me, because they cannot fathom the idea allowing their mother to actually go to the bathroom in peace. I don't understand why fixing their toy with dead batteries or showing me a level they passed in a game on their iPod can't wait two minutes. It's apparently the end of the world if I don't see it or do it now.

I received a copy of I Just Want to Pee Alone courtesy of Jen of People I Want To Punch in the Throat to read & review.

This hysterical compilation of mom blogger stories was great. I laughed my way through almost every one! A few of the stories I was able to relate to, being a mother of 3 myself. The title is definitely fitting - I can't remember the last time I got to pee alone as a mother of 3 young boys.

There were a few stories that were obviously funnier than others, but they all were entertaining. Some of the stories I found myself saying "been there" or "done that!" I think my fave story out of them all - that has stuck in my head, was the story about the furry underwear. I don't have any daughters myself, but I think I might be glad I don't now after reading that story.

I like that this compilation of stories made me feel like I wasn't alone out there and that other mothers are going through the same things that I am. It's just nice to know that.


If you're a mom, becoming a mother, or not a mother yet, you can still enjoy these stories. You can snag your own e-copy of this book on Kobo here or on Amazon here. If you're not up to date with e-reading just yet, you can find a paperback copy on Amazon here.

3 comments:

SapphireBlue said...

That book looks really funny. Yup, I only pee alone when I'm at work.

Teena in Toronto said...

My cat, Morgan, never lets me go the other bathroom alone ... sigh.

g-girl said...

The title alone makes me crack up so I'm sure it's a fun read.